May, June, and July Chilling with Books Corner 2022, being real and finding inspiration

For the first time in well over five years I have not put out a blog post for almost two months. I have sat every day writing a sentence here and there but never quite finishing. It took me a while to work out I was burnt out. Don’t you love how that last sentence […]

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Can someone from another planet write reviews? Part 2

This is the second part of the post I wrote in May. I would have preferred to have finished this post sooner, but things got in the way. And we all know how easily that can happen. However, after attending a session of my book club I decided it might have been fortuitous and therefore […]

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The  April 2022 Chilling with Books Corner, courage, and another Author Spotlight

This end of month post is a little different. The emphasis isn’t quite on the idea of an ‘author’ as much as it is on as the person who exists as the person who ‘writes’. My emotions are at the forefront leading me into this post. For us in Australia it is the month where […]

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The January Chilling with Books Corner and Author Spotlight on Becky Wright, and spotlight on supporting authors

January starts a new year and with it come new things. I am hoping to add lots more authors to my Spotlight section and I want to support more authors. I am also hoping to finish two books in my series. Aiming high? Absolutely. It’s time and when you are surrounded by so many talented […]

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The October Chilling with Books Corner  and Author Spotlight on Maria Ann Green

The end of this month has come far too quickly. I’m pretty sure I lost track of the days as soon as my book was ready to go up into outer space but instead took a dive into the ocean. Me and technology, a partnership made in, well, who knows? I certainly don’t but I […]

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I wander and I wonder about sonnets and Shakespeare and writing

Poetry is difficult but a challenging medium and one with the ability to help us express emotions with brevity.

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Chilling Corner in December

I’m doing this a little early this month. My reading has slowed down a great deal. The tbr (to be read) list is getting longer and longer whilst time gets shorter and shorter (getting ready to cry). However I need time to write my own book. The second novel in my series keeps calling out […]

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